Saturday, May 7, 2011
CHILDHOOD PARODY CLOSES PUMPKIN THEATRE’S 43rd SEASON: BRING THE KIDS!
HOW TO EAT LIKE A CHILD (and other lessons in not being a grown up)
WHEN: May 14, 15, 21 and 22 with shows at 1 and 3 PM
WHERE: Pumpkin Theatre, St. Timothy's School for Girls, Stevenson, MD (one mile north of beltway 695) EXIT 22, Greenspring Ave.
TICKETS: Call 410.828.1814 or visit the website and fill out an order form to be mailed or faxed to the office.
A somewhat irreverent look at growing up, this show is filled with lessons like "How to ride in a car," "How to torture your sister," "How to look forward to your birthday" and "How to beg for a dog".
The show is directed by Stacey Needle and features actors (above, clockwise from top) Elisa Dugan, Drew Gaver, Anthony Scimonelli, Emily Biondi, Isaac Lunt and Shelly Work. With Musical Direction by Mark Hanson Williams, this show promises to be a musical romp that will keep your toes tapping and faces smiling.
On May 14 at 1 PM, Pumpkin Theatre will offer a Sign Interpreted performance. Sign Language Interpreting services provided by student interpreter interns from the Community College of Baltimore County's Interpreter Preparation Program. Interns from this program work with certified mentors to help them gain experience in the field and transition from school to work. For more information on the program visit their website.
How to Eat Like a Child, by Delia Ephron, John Forster and Judith Kahan with music by John Forster, is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, INC. and is based on the book by Delia Ephron.